Born to Read -http://www.ala.org/alsc/schoolplcoop
-From the American Library Association, this website offers ideas, resource links and book lists to help children become active, engaged readers from a young age.
-This site offers a wealth of educational games for children, arts and crafts ideas for families, and resources on how families can become effectively involved in their child's learning experience.
Fun Brain -www.funbrain.com
-Fun Brain offers reading games, math games, and brain puzzlers for children in grades K-8.
-To help children develop literacy skills, this site features animated books, stories, jokes, and games.
-Here you will find games, activities, and videos for preschool age children designed to help them connect learning experiences with the world around them.
PBS Parents -www.pbs.org/parents/
-The Public Broadcasting system offers these two sites with information on child development and interactive learning games for children and families.
Reading Rockets -www.readingrockets.org
-Reading Rockets offers strategies and tools for parents, families, and teachers to help children improve their reading skills.
Sesame Workshop -www.sesameworkshop.org
-Creators of the Sesame Street TV show present educational games and videos for children. A special section for parents offers information about child development and how to navigate new experiences, such as a dr. visit or the first day of school, with a pre-school age child.
-On the Suessville Playground, Dr. Suess characters guide children through games and story building.
U.S. Dept. of Education Tips for Parents -http://www2.ed.gov/parents/landing.jhtml
-This federal site provides comprehensive resource for parents and families on how to help their children succeed in school.